The Blacks in Classics Museum will be on the second floor of the Living Water Center center. It will be devoted to featuring key figures of the Black Classical Tradition. The opening of the museum will be on Saturday, June 18. The 1st exhibit of pieces will feature William Scarborough, Anna Julia Cooper, Frederick Douglass,... Continue Reading →
AJC SUMMER INTERN 2022: ALEXANDRA ZEPPEIRO
Alexandra Zeppeiro is a Howard University sophomore from Greenwich, Connecticut. She is working on her bachelor’s in philosophy and is pursuing a career in the academic field. Currently, she is the Managing Editor of Current Events for the Howard University Journal of Philosophy and serves on the editorial board for Ukweli, the Howard University Undergraduate Research Journal. During her freshman year... Continue Reading →
AJC SUMMER INTERN 2022: INDIA LONG
India is a senior at Biola University currently majoring in English Literature and minoring in Social Justice, Human Rights, and Conflict Transformation. She is involved with the LEAD Scholars Program, Student Government Association, and the Department of Student Enrichment and Intercultural Development which all help bolster DEI efforts and advocate for underrepresented communities on campus.... Continue Reading →
AJC SUMMER INTERN 2022: PAULINE MINOR
With a passion for spiritually mentoring others, it brings me inestimable joy seeing others draw closer to the ONE who loves them most. It is to this end that I hold an Associate of Biblical Studies, a Bachelor of Christian Education, and am currently completing my Master of Practical Theology with a concentration on church... Continue Reading →
The Living Water Center will be opening in mid to late March and it is our hope that we bring a new vibe to Old Town Alexandria, where intellectual engagement will help to cultivate a welcoming community.